EROAD signs Australian Enterprise customer 13 April EROAD AustraliaTransportation technology services company EROAD Limited (NZX/ASX: ERD) (EROAD) today announces that it has signed its largest Australian enterprise customer, Ventia.Ventia is one of the largest essential services providers in Australia and New Zealand, specialising in the long-term operation, maintenance, and management of critical public and private assets and infrastructure for corporate and government clients across a broad range of sectors.Ventia has entered into a five-year agreement for a monthly subscription of EROAD’s SaaS products and intends to install approximately 2,500 Ehubo 2 devices in their Australian fleet with a further 1,500 in their New Zealand fleet. The agreement does not however specify any minimum unit commitment. It is anticipated that these Ehubo units will be installed throughout the 2021 calendar year. EROAD entered the Australian market in 2018 and has been building its brand on the back of regulatory reform which has provided a significant low-cost growth option. As at 31 December 2020 EROAD was providing monthly subscriptions to small-to-medium customers with 2,625 connected units. This agreement will almost double EROAD’s presence in the Australian market, with a remaining short to medium term enterprise pipeline of some 15-20,000 connected vehicles.“EROAD is pleased to announce that Ventia, an existing New Zealand customer for a number of years, has chosen to come on board as an Australian enterprise customer as well as significantly increasing the size of its New Zealand fleet utilising EROAD services. EROAD is looking forward to working in partnership with Ventia to deliver best safety outcomes” said EROAD’s CEO, Steven Newman.Ventia’s Group Chief Executive Officer, Dean Banks said “Safety and health above all else is our number one priority at Ventia. We are delighted to enter this strategic partnership with EROAD, which will enhance our ability to improve safety for our people, our clients and the communities we operate in.” /Public Release. This material comes from the originating organization and may be of a point-in-time nature, edited for clarity, style and length. Why?Well, unlike many news organisations, we have no sponsors, no corporate or ideological interests. We don’t put up a paywall – we believe in free access to information of public interest. Media ownership in Australia is one of the most concentrated in the world (Learn more). Since the trend of consolidation is and has historically been upward, fewer and fewer individuals or organizations control increasing shares of the mass media in our country. According to independent assessment, about 98% of the media sector is held by three conglomerates. This tendency is not only totally unacceptable, but also to a degree frightening). Learn more hereWe endeavour to provide the community with real-time access to true unfiltered news firsthand from primary sources. It is a bumpy road with all sorties of difficulties. We can only achieve this goal together. Our website is open to any citizen journalists and organizations who want to contribute, publish high-quality insights or send media releases to improve public access to impartial information. You and we have the right to know, learn, read, hear what and how we deem appropriate.Your support is greatly appreciated. All donations are kept completely private and confidential.Thank you in advance!Tags:agreement, Australia, Australian, building, corporate, Dean, Government, infrastructure, market, New Zealand, Newman, operation, outcomes, pipeline, reform, technology
Categories:AcademicsArts & HumanitiesEducation & OutreachGetting InvolvedScience & TechnologyCampus CommunityNews Headlines The University of Colorado Boulder will host a conference that explores the phenomenon of slavery from a global, historical perspective on Sept. 27-28.The event will include scholars specializing in the study of slavery in ancient, medieval and modern contexts and in global regions that include Western, pre-Columbian, African, Asian and Muslim. Titled “What is a Slave Society: an International Conference on the Nature of Slavery as a Global Historical Phenomenon,” the event will be held in the British and Irish Studies room of Norlin Library.The event, free and open to the public, was organized by CU-Boulder anthropology Professor Catherine Cameron and classics Professor Noel Lenski and will include 18 scholars from around the world.The conference will focus on the multiple forms of slavery from around the globe in a variety of cultures and in all historical periods — from the Babylonian Code of Hammurabi to the sex parlors of contemporary Bangkok.Participating scholars in addition to Cameron and Lenski are classics Professor Peter Hunt of CU-Boulder as well as faculty from Stanford University, the University of Texas-Austin, McGill University in Montreal, Colorado State University, the University of Oklahoma, the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, the University of Virginia, Indiana University, Michigan State University, the School for Advanced Research in Santa Fe, Andong University in Seoul, York University in Toronto, the Tropical Research Institute in Panama and Tel Aviv University in Israel.The scholars will discuss the scales of slaveholding practices, as well as definitions of a slave society and whether slaveholding practices are universal or particular to individual cultures. Various presentations will touch on slavery in past and present locations like Africa, Korea, Brazil, Greece, the Middle East and the American South.The event is sponsored by the CU-Boulder departments of anthropology, classics and history, the Center for Western Civilization, the Implementation of Multicultural Perspectives and Approaches in Research and Teaching, the Graduate Committee on the Arts and Humanities, the Vice Chancellor’s Research Council, the Dean’s Fund for Excellence, the President’s Fund for the Humanities, the Kayden Award Committee and the Mediterranean Studies Group.Lunch and snacks will be provided. For more information on the conference visit http://www.colorado.edu/classics/wiss/.Contact: Catherine Cameron, [email protected] Noel Lenski, [email protected] Jim Scott, CU-Boulder media relations, [email protected] Share Share via TwitterShare via FacebookShare via LinkedInShare via E-mail Published: Sept. 25, 2013
Jamaicans in UK Commended for their Continued Support Foreign AffairsAugust 4, 2010 FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail Jamaicans in the United Kingdom (UK) have been commended for their continued support of the island and their families and friends ‘back home’, by High Commissioner to the UK, Anthony Johnson.Mr. Johnson said Jamaicans have also contributed much to the social, economic and political development of Britain.The High Commissioner was delivering his message at the service of Praise and Thanksgiving for Jamaica’s Independence and Emancipation, held at the Parish Church of St. Mart in the Field, and hosted by the Jamaican High Commission.Mr. Johnson emphasised that the drug trade and persistent crime and violence must not be allowed “to overwhelm us.”“Peace and love is now returning to our island home and economic growth is now resuming based on the successful reforms of the past two years. You have no need to be embarrassed and you can hold your head high with pride. Your contribution to the social, economic and political development of the United Kingdom is well known,” the High Commissioner told Jamaicans at the service.In his sermon, Pastor of the Mona Baptist Church in Jamaica , the Reverend Dr. Stephen Jennings, said Jamaica, like many other countries, is greatly impacted by the “imperialistic political and transnational economic elites of the empire of capitol”, which is making political and economic independence a thing of the past.This, he said, has also contributed to an increase in the levels of inequality, crime and violence in Jamaica and other societies. He noted that while this can also lead to a sense of despair and hopelessness, Jamaicans should not be hopeless.” I have come to believe that God has continued to intervene definitively and decisively in the Jamaican and human story. We Jamaican people are descended and ascended from a Jamaican afro-Christian people, who have always put up resistance to a dominating world system,” Reverend Jennings said. RelatedJamaicans in UK Commended for their Continued Support RelatedJamaicans in UK Commended for their Continued Support RelatedJamaicans in UK Commended for their Continued Support Advertisements
Google renueva Android y muestra novedades en IA The US government has overturned an International Trade Commission (ITC) ruling banning the sale of some iPhone and iPad models for infringing a patent belonging to Samsung.The ITC ruled in June that the iPhone 4, iPhone 3GS, iPhone 3G and iPad 2 3G distributed by AT&T infringed the patent and should be banned from sale in the US. Although the Apple devices targeted by the ban are older models, several remain strong sellers, Reuters said.However, Michael Froman, a US trade representative, vetoed the ban, partly due to its “effect on competitive conditions in the US economy and the effect on US consumers”. He said Samsung could pursue the case through the courts.The ITC ruling was subject to a 60-day Presidential Review period in which the White House could veto the decision.In a letter to the ITC, Froman added that the organisation should thoroughly examine the public interest impact of its rulings related to standard essential patents.Samsung said in a statement that it was disappointed about the ban being lifted as the ITC decision “correctly recognised that Samsung has been negotiating in good faith and that Apple remains unwilling to take a licence”.Apple on the other hand praised the administration for “standing up for innovation”, adding in a statement to Reuters that Samsung “was wrong to abuse the patent system in this way”.The ITC ban is based on a Samsung standards essential patent for technology that allows devices to transmit multiple services simultaneously via 3G technology.Newer iPhones and iPads were not included in the sales ban as they use Qualcomm baseband chips which do not infringe the patent.According to Reuters, the Obama administration is pushing for monetary fines rather than sales bans for infringements of standard essential patents.The patent war between Apple and Samsung has seen legal battles in numerous countries, including the US, Germany, Netherlands, Japan and Australia, since 2010.Apple filed another case against Samsung with the ITC, in which it accused the South Korean company of copying its iPhone and iPad. An ITC judge ruled that Samsung violated four out of the six patents and a final decision is due to be made this month. Home US administration overturns iPhone sales ban Español AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to LinkedInLinkedInLinkedInShare to TwitterTwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookFacebookShare to MoreAddThisMore 05 AUG 2013 Google taps retail with NYC store KT makes LG Electronics trade-in move Previous ArticleStart-up aims to use music to drive health dataNext ArticleHTC reveals weak July sales figures Tim joined Mobile World Live in August 2011 and works across all channels, with a particular focus on apps. He came to the GSMA with five years of tech journalism experience, having started his career as a reporter… More Read more Tim Ferguson Related Author Tags AppleITCRegulatorySamsungUS
Phil Mickelson convinces the internet that they should’ve finished the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am in the dark, a former Miss America makes a run at the amateur title, and Tiger Woods’ captaincy is off to a solid start. All that and more in this edition of The Social. WHAT WE’RE CHIRPING ABOUT It’s no secret that Phil Mickelson’s creativity extends beyond his short game and all the way to his mouth. So while plenty of fans watched him pick up his 44th PGA Tour trophy on Monday at the AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am, the moment that the internet will remember forever took place Sunday evening. As the sun began setting and night fell over the Monterey Peninsula, the 48-year-old went into full used-car-salesman mode to plead his case for finishing in the dark rather than return for a dreaded Monday finish. And you know what, he was damn convincing. We would’ve bought that used car, you would’ve bought that used car … everyone but his playing competitor, Paul Casey, would’ve went home with that clunker. Phil’s claim that “he could see just fine” was topped only by this incredible reaction to the horn blowing, when he realized all hope was lost and you can see the disgust literally sweeping across his face. All of which made Lefty’s reaction to winning Monday morning so oddly satisfying. Golf Twitter’s new leading man posted a photo of himself with the trophy captioned, “Not much more to say!” Classic Phil. Talking the talk all the way to the winner’s circle. SHE’S ALL THAT Phil Mickelson left as the champion, but a wild week at Pebble Beach provided more than one winner. Former Miss America and new Golf Advisor lifestyle correspondent Kira Kazantsev had herself quite a few days at one of the world’s most iconic golf courses. Kazantsev, who will also host Golf Advisor’s new show, “Golf Advisor Living,” made the three-day amateur cut and eventually ended up finishing in a tie for 18th. Not bad for a 16-handicap whose pro, Ryan Armour, missed the individual cut by four strokes. Kazantsev, 27, shared the experience with her Instagram followers all week, and then hightailed it to Riviera Country Club to hang out with Tiger Woods and Fred Couples at their inaugural Celebrity Cup ahead of the Genesis Open (more on that in a minute). Not a bad little week at all. CELEBRITY GOLF NEVER ENDS In case you didn’t get your fill of celebrity golf at Pebble Beach, Tiger Woods got a bunch of famous people together on Monday at The Riv for the first ever Celebrity Cup, put on for charity by the Woods’ TGR Foundation. While the event looked like your standard “famous people playing golf” photo-op, it is interesting to note that Tiger’s team won, defeating Fred Couples’ group of A-listers 18 1/2 to 11 1/2. That’s got to be a good sign for Woods’ impending Presidents Cup captaincy, right? If he can lead a team of Larry Fitzgerald, Mark Wahlberg, Paige Spiranac, Nick Jonas, Kid Rock and Jerry Rice to victory, well then to quote the great philosophizer Kevin Garnett – “Anything is possible.”NOTHING-TO-DO-WITH-GOLF VIDEO INTERMISSION This guy would be perfect for Karaoke N’ Roll. WANT TO SEE A TRICK? Francesco Molinari is the the Champion Golfer of the Year and a Ryder Cup hero but that may not be the most impressive thing a Molinari has done recently. Behold this incredible trick from Francesco’s brother, Edoardo, where he memorizes an entire deck of shuffled cards. Edoardo – who in a major twist of irony goes by the nickname “Dodo” – is no slouch on the golf course himself, with three European Tour wins on his resume. However, after this Rain Man-esque display, a future involving the blackjack tables could definitely be in the cards. ALL THAT JAZZ With all due respect to Woods, Jack Nicklaus, Ben Crenshaw, Brad Faxon and whoever else you want to throw in there, the most clutch putter of our lifetime appeared out of the blue last week during a Utah Jazz game. During a break in the action, Jazz fan Andrew Andreasen got a chance to make a series of five putts to win a cash reward totaling nearly $9,000. And he drained them. All of them, right in the heart. Andreasen, a special education teacher and the head girls golf coach at Clearfield High School in Utah, finished it off in style with a Tiger fist pump, and his amazing feat just adds to the working theory that if you need to make a putt with just about anything on the line, do it on a basketball court. COMMENT OF THE WEEK How about a “Spoiler Alert,” Paul. Show some common decency.
Chief executive of MSC Group Diego Aponte said: “The appointment of Ammar Kanaan further strengthens our port terminal investment business. I would like to thank Vikram Sharma for his commitment, hard work and dedication; he has been instrumental in ensuring TiL’s successful growth over the years.” By Alexander Whiteman 13/02/2018 MSC has appointed Ammar Kanaan chief executive of its cargo container terminals arm Terminal Investment Limited (TiL).Mr Kanaan will take the reins on 9 April and brings more than three decades’ transport experience to the role.As well as building his own companies focused on port management, he has developed a reputation as a transport consultant. He was responsible for the development and operations of MSC’s joint-venture King Abdullah terminal.He replaces Vikram Sharma, who is retiring at the end of March, following a nine-year tenure.
By Alessandro Pasetti 11/03/2021 Email* LOGIN Please either REGISTER or login below to continue Please Login New Premium subscriber REGISTER Email* Subscription required for Premium stories In order to view the entire article please login with a valid subscription below or register an account and subscribe to Premium Reset Your Password Reset Password* Premium subscriber LOGIN << Go back Forgotten your password? Please click here It was an absolute pleasure for just over an hour to share my views with Daniel Röska and his crew at Bernstein Research for the webinar: “Bernstein Insight ? Global Forwarding: The dawn of the M&A decade”.The time came to make sure that what I said made total sense, so I duly re-listened to the call, a few times, as I normally do with all such engagements, to avoid being possibly chased by the SLS (Secret Logistics Services) and also, ...
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Add to My List In My List Related Stories All MARTA rail service west of Five Points will be suspended next Monday morning for the Georgia Dome implosion. The Georgia Dome and Vine City stations will be closed completely. For the rest of the stations, buses will fill in for the trains beginning at 4:30 a.m.Like us on Facebook“We have established these bus lines to mimic the rail lines, so it will stop at or near every rail station on its way from either Bankhead to Five Points or Hamilton E. Holmes to Five Points,” said MARTA communications director Stephany Fisher.Fisher told WABE’s “Closer Look” that they’ll closely monitor the tunnels and stations for damage.“They have seismic activity sensors that are going to be placed down there. They’re going to be walking the tunnels before and after the implosion and doing safety checks on every level, from the tracks to the tunnel itself to the escalators and elevators in the Vine City and Dome stations,” she said.Rail service will start again once MARTA and other agencies have done those safety checks.The implosion is scheduled for 7:30 a.m. Monday. Legal Advocate Discusses Medical Abuse At Shut Down Georgia ICE Facility For Whom The Bell Rings Share ‘It’s Fractured’: Georgia Lt. Gov. Geoff Duncan On Healing Republican Party
Seraphim to begin module production in Mississippi this NovemberThe first phase of the factory will have the capacity to produce 300 MW of modules annually when fully ramped. This is Seraphim’s first foray into U.S. manufacturing. September 11, 2015 Christian Roselund Manufacturing Markets Markets & Policy Share China’s Seraphim Solar has announced that their new factory in Jackson, Mississippi will begin to ramp in November. While the company notes that its product lines include high-strength DuraFlex modules, ExBox modules configured with three junction boxes and dual-glass modules, it is not clear which will be manufactured at the facility.Seraphim produces both mono- and multi-crystalline silicon products, and it is also not clear which will be produced at its Mississippi factory.This will be the second PV module production facility in the state, joining Stion’s thin-film plant in Hattiesburg. 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